2019 End of Season Around the FCS, etc.

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NDSU survives thanks to some terrible clock management by JMU in the last two minutes.
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NDSU wins it 28-20. Freshman Trey Lance is also the first freshman and first MVFC player to win the Payton Award.

Thankfully for us, we don't play NDSU the next two years, so maybe by the time we do and he's a senior, he'll have done a grad transfer to an FBS or something.
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ST_Lawson wrote:
Sat Jan 11, 2020 2:54 pm
NDSU wins it 28-20. Freshman Trey Lance is also the first freshman and first MVFC player to win the Payton Award.

Thankfully for us, we don't play NDSU the next two years, so maybe by the time we do and he's a senior, he'll have done a grad transfer to an FBS or something.
Seemed like this game was a battle of 2 philosophies - NDSU seems to go mainly building their program with high school players and James Madison seemed to have more transfers from Power 5 programs. I haven't compared rosters but just watching the game that is what it seemed like.

Also I wonder if NDSU will have a lot of turnover at QB, because anybody currently on the roster know they won't be playing the next 3 years.
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meganeck wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 1:20 pm
ST_Lawson wrote:
Sat Jan 11, 2020 2:54 pm
NDSU wins it 28-20. Freshman Trey Lance is also the first freshman and first MVFC player to win the Payton Award.

Thankfully for us, we don't play NDSU the next two years, so maybe by the time we do and he's a senior, he'll have done a grad transfer to an FBS or something.
Seemed like this game was a battle of 2 philosophies - NDSU seems to go mainly building their program with high school players and James Madison seemed to have more transfers from Power 5 programs. I haven't compared rosters but just watching the game that is what it seemed like.

Also I wonder if NDSU will have a lot of turnover at QB, because anybody currently on the roster know they won't be playing the next 3 years.
The kid is probably good enough to declare after his junior year.
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